Last updated Dec 27, Share A slightly edited excerpt from Introduction to Islam by Muhammad Hamidullah In the annals of men, individuals have not been lacking who conspicuously devoted their lives to the socio-religious reform of their connected peoples. We find them in every epoch and in all lands. In India, there lived those who transmitted to the world the Vedas, and there was also the great Gautama Buddha; China had its Confucius; the Avesta was produced in Iran. Babylon gave to the world one of the greatest reformers, the Prophet Abraham not to mention those of his ancestors like Enoch and Noah of whom we have very scant information.
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He travelled to Germany and was awarded D. After serving in the faculty of Bonn as a lecturer in Arabic and Urdu for a short time, he went to France and registered at Sorbonne University for his second doctorate.
He was awarded D. He taught international law at Osmania University between and He also held a post with French National Centre for Scientific Research from , which ended in In , he was awarded the Hilal-e-Imtiaz , the highest civilian award of Pakistan. The monetary part of the award was donated to the Islamic Research Academy, Islamabad. Hamidullah was the last remaining citizen of the erstwhile Hyderabad State which following reorganisation was divided into 3 on linguistic basis, and absorbed into other states of India, most being in Andhra Pradesh and never obtained the citizenship of any other nation.
Classed as a Refugee of Hyderabad by the French Government, which allowed him to stay in Paris, he remained exiled from his homeland after its annexation by the Indian Government in Hamidullah devoted his whole life to scholarship and did not marry. He was also appointed Chief Judge of Madras in He is also famous for discovering a missing work on the Prophet Muhammad regarded as one of his great contributions to the Hadith literature. The earliest Hadith manuscript still extant today, Sahifa Hammam bin Munabbah, was discovered in a Damascus library.
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With intellectual and moral evolution there is a tendency in human society to facilitate the assimilation of the foreigner. If a society were to group itself solely on the basis of blood relationships, naturalization would be out of the question for ever. The same is true if the basis were the colour of skin, which cannot be concealed. Language as a factor of social unity requires long years for a veritable assimilation.
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